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Classic meets contemporary at L'Orangerie du Parc d'Egmont. This charming restaurant is located in the heart of the verdant Parc d'Egmont, just behind the hotel Housed in a neoclassical structure, the restaurant has a trendy vibe and modern décor. It is bright and spacious, ideal for a weekday lunch or leisurely Sunday brunch. Their menu features a delightful array of fresh salads, sandwiches, steaks, and pastas. Try the quiche, market-fresh fish, parmesan fondue and beef medallions with apple puree and potato. They also offer a children's menu. Their menu changes often, according to what's in season, so there's always something new to try. A nice selection of refreshing juices, tea infusions, wine and smoothies are available to accompany your meal.
Gazzetta Caffè & Deli, located on Rue de la Longue Haie, offers a delightful Italian treat that will take you back to your Nonna's kitchen. The rustic Italian fare thus served is crafted out of finest produce and ingredients and time-tested family recipes. Gazzetta's menu is dominated by home-made pastas which are enough to keep you coming back for more. Their daily specials come highly recommended. To complement these authentic dishes, Gazzetta also serves a great selection of European wines. The deli also retails top quality Italian products such as cheeses, oils, wines and such.
Quick on Avenue de la Toison d'Or is a nice option for your fast food fix. They serve juicy burgers that are reasonably priced. These include the Chicken Samourai Max, Andalouse Max, King Fish and Bacon Max. They also offer vegetarian options.
Serving a dizzying array of beverages, there is bound to be something delectable in store for everyone at Café du Sablon. Choose between signature coffees like Superlatte Maltesers, Fabulous Classico Meringo or Caramello, teas like Darjeeling Tea, Earl Grey and Spicy Chai Tea Latte or go for their house blend Campione Barista made from Brazilian coffee beans and dark chocolate and which comes complete with an overpowering herbal aroma. Tasting as delicious as it sounds, this delightful bean blend has not won the award of the Best Belgian Espresso Blend for nothing. They also have on offer fresh-pressed juices, iced drinks and the increasingly-popular drip coffee and in case you feel like munching a snack, you can go for one of the cookies, muffins, brownies or cakes. If the sound of the decadent beverages has piqued your curiosity, certainly head to Cafe du Sablon, and get ready to be amazed by the flavorful concoctions.
In Brussels' expensive shopping neighborhood, you'll find a very charming brasserie where the atmosphere is elegant but unpretentious. Perhaps one of Brussels' best-kept secrets is this hotel restaurant's all-you-can-eat cold lunch buffet. It features poached and smoked salmon, mozzarella and tomatoes, couscous and other cold favorites, including vegetables and salads. On Tuesday and Thursday evenings it's Pastamania time, where you can eat all you like from the pasta selection. On Sundays there is an extensive lunch menu, which includes a glass of wine or champagne.